Monochrome Monday – Black and White Photography (32)

This weeks theme for Cee’s Black and White Challenge is: circles or curves. Some museum pieces this week:

This is the central roundel of a 4th century AD mosaic floor from a villa at Hinton St. Mary, Dorset (in the British Museum). It is one of the most important early Christian remains from the Roman Empire.

Silver plate with David anointed by Samuel. Gift of JP Morgan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The world’s most famous stone circle: Stonehenge

10 thoughts on “Monochrome Monday – Black and White Photography (32)

    1. Thanks Rob! Definitely put it on your bucket list. They don’t let you touch it anymore, it was getting too damaged, but you can still get pretty close!

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      1. Oh wow! That’s really awesome. I was there as a child of 6 when you could touch. Unfortunately I don’t really remember it very well now. But there is photographic evidence somewhere!

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